Friday, December 26, 2014

white christmas


I'm not sure if you can tell in these pictures, but it's snowing!

I had my first white Christmas season since I lived on the east coast about 17 years ago. It was a truly magical experience and it made me momentarily forget about how cold it was, haha. Snow started falling right when I entered Gyeongbok Palace, where these photos were taken. I forgot how peacefully hypnotizing falling snow can be--it makes the world around you go quiet. On another note, can we talk about these fluffy cat earmuffs?? I happened upon them at a random booth in one of Seoul's many bargain markets and I had to have them. After this trip, they'll probably lay untouched in my closet until next year...but truth be told, I'm definitely looking forward to light coats and not wearing three pairs of pants every day.

The Look:
Nightwalker coat.
Fifteen Twenty jacket.
YesStyle turtleneck.
Faux leather joggers (similar here).
Mr. Kate necklace.
Ugg Australia boots.
Homage boot wraps.

Lip color: Feminist + Creature.

photos edited by Randy Tran

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  1. Love your outfit, especially the faux fur jacket! <3
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  2. Merry Christmas Eugenie! I had a brown Christmas this year ;_;

    Laila from Townhouse Palette

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  3. Fantastic writing picture.I love everything."White Christmas" is blameworthy of a significant number of the wrongdoings indexed by different observers: its got a sappy story line, unsurprising plot turns, it plays incredibly for opinion and patriotism (not your normal Christmas subject!). However I admit to having cherished it from the first minute I saw it about a half century back. I, as well, in the same way as other, make it a point to view it each Christmas season, alongside much better occasion admission, for example, "It's a Wonderful Life," "The Wizard of Oz," and "Marvel on 34th Street." I think, in opposition to numerous people, that Danny Kaye succeeds in the second lead part better than Fred Astaire did in "Occasion Inn," keeping in mind he isn't given an opportunity for his licensed goofiness, he adds a thoroughgoing appeal to the part that occasionally the fairly firm Astaire needs.Happy X-Mass!
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  4. Ah wow I love this outfit, those ear muffs are amazing. The only "white chrismas" I've had was a couple of years ago and it only snowed for a few minutes <3

    The Quirky Queer

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  5. Eugenie, as always, I love your bold, creative style. That beautiful coat with those earmuffs looks so warm and chic!

    Xoxo, Shelly

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  6. Super inspiring photos. Great shoot
    xx Sarah
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